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  • Good Eats on the Go

    By Linda Giuca             Willie Nelson’s song “On the Road Again,” could double as the theme for summer vacationers taking to the road for some R&R.  Whether that road trip is a quick daycation or the beginning of a lengthier break...
  • Celeb chef Guy Fieri opens restaurant in the Poconos

    Anyone thinking about going to the Poconos can now visit Flavor Town. Celebrity chef and Food Network star Guy Fieri, known for his quirky phrases (such as "Flavor Town") and bold food, has partnered with Mount Airy Casino Resort in Paradise Township...
  • Friends to remember chef Charlie Trotter with tribute in Orlando

    Friends to remember chef Charlie Trotter with tribute in Orlando
    Florida chef Norman Van Aken will host a reception in December at the swanky Orlando Ritz-Carlton to honor Charlie Trotter, a Chicago-based chef who died in 2013 and was revered as one of America's top culinary talents and restaurateurs. So why do we...
  • Kimchi and sauerkraut fanatics wanted for inaugural Ferment festival in Long Beach

    Kimchi and sauerkraut fanatics wanted for inaugural Ferment festival in Long Beach
    These days restaurant chefs are pickling everything they can get their hands on. That clearly signals that pickling and fermenting are a trend. But fermenting also hearkens back to the old days and the old ways. And the Institute of Domestic...
  • Char-Hut opening in Coral Springs, Oakland Park

    Char-Hut opening in Coral Springs, Oakland Park
    Restaurant chain Char-Hut plans to open two more restaurants in Broward County in the next few weeks. The first one is slated to open Oct. 28 in Oakland Park near Commercial Boulevard and Dixie Highway. A specific address was not provided. The...
  • Phil Vettel on 25 years as a dining critic

    Phil Vettel on 25 years as a dining critic
    As of this month, I have been the Tribune's restaurant critic for 25 years. A quarter-century. When I filed my first Tribune review, the best restaurant in the area was Le Francais, although a 2-year-old restaurant called Charlie Trotter's was gathering...
  • Farm cafes across the Midwest are really hopping in autumn

    Farm cafes across the Midwest are really hopping in autumn
    Pasture to plate. Field to fork. The bandwagon to promote close-to-home products and ingredients is crowded with chefs who know a whiff of opportunity when they smell it. Occasionally, the distance between farm and table is measured in yards, not miles....
  • Scott Joseph debut set for Thursday

    Scott Joseph debut set for Thursday
    Scott Joseph, former restaurant critic at the Orlando Sentinel, makes his TV debut on Thursday. WFTV-Channel 9 pushed back Joseph's premiere, originally set for last week. Joseph's segment, "The Daily Chew," is not part of the WFTV noon newscast but...
  • Swine & Sons takeout to open in February

    Swine & Sons Provisions, a Southern-inspired source for modern takeout fare, is opening in February in Winter Park. Created by award-winning chefs James and Julie Petrakis along with Ravenous Pig and Cask & Larder chef de cuisine Rhys Gawlak, Swine &...
  • LeFevre and partners announce 'steak-centric' the Arthur J.

    LeFevre and partners announce 'steak-centric' the Arthur J.
    David LeFevre and his partners already have a lively bistro in Manhattan Beach and a perpetually crowded oyster bar next-door. Now they’re going to add one more spot down the street that LeFevre describes only as “steak-centric.” After...
  • Farmstead Grill's bar pleasantly surprises in Canton

    Farmstead Grill's bar pleasantly surprises in Canton
    Canton Crossing — the 326,000-square-foot, 12-month-old shopping center in Southeast Baltimore — is convenient but not exactly exciting. As a resident living less than a mile away, I find myself there frequently, but almost always with...